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    State of Law: Two projects competing for the “Presidency of Parliament” led by Al-Sudani and Al-Mali

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    06-23-2024
    The leader of the State of Law coalition, Rahman Al-Jazairi, confirmed on Sunday that deciding the election of the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament requires the intervention of the leaders of the State of Law.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Jazairi said, “There is a strategy that indicates that the next role of the political movement within the Sunni component with regard to deciding the election of the President of the Iraqi Parliament requires the intervention of the leaders of the rule of law because the agreement on the candidate Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani has himself become a candidate for advancement.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “With the existence of deliberations and announced agreements between the leaders of the Taqadum Party and the State of Law on the basis of the presence of political and intellectual convergence, it appears that the parties that refuse to have the Speaker of Parliament from Taqadum are part of the coordination framework, in addition to the fact that the player plays a major role in the movement and the presence of agreements by leaders in The framework is in harmony with the Prime Minister’s Office.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, “There are political blocs that have now aligned themselves with the Prime Minister to support a new government program that differs from the orientations of the Taqaddam Party headed by Al-Halbousi, and therefore the reading will be a part carrying two projects, a project led by Al-Sudani and his allies, and Al-Maliki and his allies, and linked by the Sunni component and Parliament.”[/size]
    [size=45]Yesterday, Saturday, the Qadam Party, led by former Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, set one condition for accepting the initiative to “bring together the Sunni house,” while the Azm Alliance suggested holding a session to elect a new speaker of parliament to succeed al-Halbousi at the end of this week.[/size]
    [size=45]The leader of the Taqadum Party, Muhammad Al-Alawi, said in a previous statement, “The decision of the head of the Taqadum Party, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, and his position are clear. He is with any initiative that brings together the Sunni house, but on the condition that it gives the Sunni majority (Taqadum) the right. As for any initiative that works to exclude the Sunni majority and take away rights “This is an unwelcome initiative.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Alawi added, “In the next two days, the goals and objectives of an initiative to bring the Sunni community together will appear, and there will be meetings to discuss the content of the initiative, and after that, the head of the Taqaddam Party, Muhammad al-Halbousi, will have an official decision and position regarding this initiative, whether to reject or accept it.”[/size]
    [size=45]The Sunni political house is witnessing intense competition to succeed Muhammad Al-Halbousi, whose membership in the House of Representatives was canceled by a judicial ruling, while his “Taqadum” party insists on retaining the position, given that it has a parliamentary majority within the Sunni component (43 seats).[/size]
    [size=45]In this context, the Azm Alliance, one of the most prominent Sunni political alliances, revealed a likely date for the election of the new Speaker of the House of Representatives, after an initiative to bring the Sunni house together.[/size]
    [size=45]Alliance representative Nihal Al-Shammari said in a previous statement, “The initiative to bring the Sunni house together depends on how the Taqaddam party deals with it. Its success or not is based on accepting the progress of this initiative. As for the rest of the Sunni political parties, they support this initiative in order to resolve differences.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Shammari added, “There is communication with the head of the Taqaddam Party, Muhammad al-Halbousi, and the coming hours will show the results of this initiative. If there is a response by al-Halbousi to an initiative to bring the Sunni house together, an extraordinary session will be called to elect the Speaker of Parliament at the end of this week.”[/size]
    [size=45]A Sunni bloc in the Iraqi parliament had previously revealed that the file for electing a new speaker of the House of Representatives had been postponed until after the Eid al-Adha holiday (late June), while acknowledging the difficulty of resolving the file until after the Eid holiday.[/size]
    [size=45]The Iraqi parliament failed to elect a president after the removal of Muhammad al-Halbousi by a judicial decision, as a result of political disagreements over the alternative candidate.[/size]
    [size=45]Parliament tried during two rounds to elect a candidate for the presidency of Parliament, the last of which was when a vote was held that saw Salem Al-Issawi, the candidate of the Sovereignty Alliance led by Khamis Al-Khanjar, lead over Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani, the candidate of the Taqaddum Alliance, with 158 votes compared to 137 for Al-Mashhadani. The third competitor, Amer Abdul-Jabbar, received only three votes, while the invalid votes amounted to 13 votes.[/size]
    [size=45]None of these candidates won the presidency of Parliament because the candidate must obtain half the votes of the representatives, plus one, that is, 165 votes out of the votes of 329 representatives in the Iraqi Parliament.[/size]
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